Uganda Cranes Goalie bids farewell to Zambian club a head of his move to Azam FC.

 Uganda Cranes Goalie bids farewell to Zambian club a head of his move to Azam FC.

Ugandan goalkeeper, Mathias Kigonya has used his Facebook account to bid farewell to Zambia Super League outfit, Forest Rangers a head of his anticipated move to Tanzanian ice cream makers Azam FC.

“Hello Forest Rangers FC family, it is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye to you [Forest Rangers FC]. Kigonya wrote on his Facebook account.

“I can’t thank you enough for the lessons you taught me and the friendship you have so truly given,

“Absolutely, like any great team, you encouraged me, assisted me and made me better at we do.

“Thanks you for sharing the wins and loses, the triumph and ambitions. Working with you have been am privilege.

“I leave with friends, memories and lessons from each you.

“It’s been a pleasure getting to know and working with you during my time in Zambia.

“To the management, Technical and the playing unit, thank you for giving me a professional home.

“To the fans and well wishers, I can’t thank you enough for all your support. I am sad to be leaving yet excited for what lie a head of me and for all of you. I hope our paths intersect time and again.

“Once a Ranger always a Ranger.., Best of luck to you all.” He concluded.

Mathias Kigonya joined Forest Rangers in 2018 from Kenyan Premier League club Sofapaka FC untill his contract got expired last year.

Kigonya has attracted a lot of interests from different clubs such as Zesco United, Power Dynamos and Simba SC who wanted his services.

Last week he was sited in Tanzania and is being linked to join his compatriot Wadada Nicolas at Azam FC.

Kigonya has previously featured for Clubs like Soana FC (Tooro United), Soltilo Bright Stars, Kakamega Homeboys and Sofapaka FC.

And was part of the Uganda Cranes Chan team squad that took part in the 2016 African Nations Championships in Rwanda.

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